SEG Field Trip
Please see below link for more information on the SEG Field trip
FT04 | SEG 2023 Conference in London (segweb.org)Accommodation Options
Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill. 4star hotel (Conference Venue) Traditional rooms and suites, a pool, a fine dining restaurant and a relaxed bar, plus event space. https://galwaybayhotel.net - a number of rooms have been block booked for the conference and there are still a small amount available - you must call the hotel to avail of these rooms and specify you are booking for the IAEG 50 Conference. After these rooms have gone, there may still be rooms on general sale which can be availed of. Again, it is best to call rather than rely on the online availability function.
Salthill Hotel, Salthill. 4-star hotel (325m from Venue) Contemporary rooms in an upscale hotel with dining & ocean views, plus an indoor pool & a hot tub. https://salthillhotel.com
Jurys Inn, Galway (2600m from Venue) Unfussy rooms in a laid-back lodging offering a trendy restaurant, a bar & a riverside beer garden. https://jurysinns.com
The Continental Boutique Residence, Upmarket Guest House (1500m from Venue) https://sys-rsrv.com
Rockbarton House B&B, (350m from Venue) Basic, cosy rooms with free WiFi, plus a casual seafood restaurant and a traditional Irish pub. https://rockbarton.hotelb3.com
Coolin House Salthill B&B (750m from Venue) Cosy, straightforward rooms in a down-to-earth, family run B&B set near Blackrock Beach. https://coolinhousesalthill.com
Liscarra House B&B (625m from Venue) Family run B&B https://reservation-jotecas.blogspot.com
The Nest Boutique Hostel (Hostel) (1250m from Venue) Functional accommodations in a trendy hostel offering complimentary breakfast & Wi-Fi. https://thenestaccommodation.com
IAEG 50 Photo History Book
To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the IAEG and to celebrate the people and places that have shaped the organisation during this time a photo history book will be launched at the 2023 Conference.
With this in mind we are looking for members to scour their attics, filing cabinet, and bankers boxes for glimpses into exploration and mining from the early days up to the present.
Photos can be scanned digitally or sent by post. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.